Occupational Therapy

Strengthening Confidence to Meet Day-to-Day Challenges

The Department of Occupational Therapy (OT) has been an integral part of the holistic and client centered services offered to clients through Masada Homes since its inception. OT services exist to serve clients in the development and maintenance of their ability to participate in activities that have been disrupted by trauma, illness, and delays in development. 

Portrait of smiling little school kids in school corridor

Occupational Therapists provide interventions focused on assisting clients in developing or improving their ability to: engage in school performance, communicate with family members and peers, play at an age appropriate level, initiate and complete assigned tasks and regulate responses to sensory stressors and tolerate environmental distractions. 

OTs work with families and caregivers to assess the needs of each child and establish individualized treatment objectives.

OT services are offered at the home, client’s school, at Masada facilities and in designated community locations. OT is offered as an activities-based intervention where clients are challenged to make decisions, follow directions, engage in creative problem-solving and complete assigned tasks. Successes in activities require skill set development that will serve the client in other contexts such as the home and school environments. Support of new skills serves to strengthen client confidence in meeting day-to-day challenges with renewed confidence and strategies aimed at successful participation.


Gardena Office
108 W Victoria St
Gardena, CA 90248
Lynwood Office
12124 Bullis Rd Building H
Lynwood, CA 90262
Lancaster Office
314 E Ave K4 Suite 104
Lancaster, CA 93535
Los Angeles Office
535 West 130th St
Los Angeles, CA 90061
Rancho Cucamonga Office

11850 Sebastian Way Suite 104
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Norwalk Office
12715 Pioneer Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
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